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Research Article, Prensa Med Argent Vol: 104 Issue: 2

Adaptive Resource of Disabled Persons with Late Affection of the Musculoskeletal System

Abstract

Injuries of the musculoskeletal system are accompanied by disorders of personal adaptation, anxious and depressive reactions. The purpose of the study is to assess the adaptive resource of the disabled person's personality in the event of late defeat in their musculoskeletal system. It has been established that disabled people with late defeat of the musculoskeletal system are much more likely than children with disabilities to experience poor health, low activity and a bad mood. It is known that a severe physical trauma can become a trigger for the development of a person's anxiety, frustration and aggressiveness. Persons with disabilities in most cases have a low level of development of ability to translate life plans based on personal values ??and personal interests. They do not feel their personal involvement in their own lives which as a rule go their own way and can hardly be planned and willed. It was found out that disabled people with a late defeat of the musculoskeletal system are characterized by an increased desire to start life anew, to rethink their values. It became clear that among disabled people with a late defeat of the musculoskeletal system, the majority are people who have internal resources and willpower. At the same time, their manifestations are inhibited by the development of neurotic disorders and self-doubt, arising from unexpected life circumstances and feelings of fear of further life events.

Keywords: Personality; Invalids; Adaptation; Trauma of the musculoskeletal system; Infantile cerebral palsy

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